Professor Marina Novelli
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @MarinaNovelli73
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Is there ever such a thing as ethical tourism?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @Mar...  · 6 декабря 2016
Yes, I believe there is. And a lot more should be done to promote more ethical and sustainable forms of travel and tourism. Ethical tourism is a type of tourism which benefits people and the environment in different destinations by, for example, offering a better income to families... Читать далее
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After the Brexit devaluation, where should I go on holiday next year?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @Mar...  · 5 декабря 2016
To be frank with you, in terms of Brexit, there’s so much confusion about what might happen and what it might mean – it’s probably too early say, and opinions are conflicting – that my response would be ‘go wherever you like, if you can afford it!’. > "There could also be benefits to UK... Читать далее
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Where are the most exciting undiscovered holiday destinations?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @Mar...  · 5 декабря 2016
There are four places I’d choose and recommend: 1. The Puglia region of Italy I’ve chosen this for a few reasons – and not just that I come from there! Every time I have hosted well-travelled international visitors in Puglia, they have told me that this region is one of the best places... Читать далее
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Which former no-go country should be my next holiday destination?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @Mar...  · 2 декабря 2016
The main ones that come to mind are Mozambique, for its white sandy beaches, and Myanmar, for its culture – I find both of those places fascinating. Mozambique is a post-civil conflict destination, one of the poorest and most underdeveloped countries in the world. They’ve recently... Читать далее
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How is climate change affecting the travel industry?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Tourism and International Development, University of Brighton. @Mar...  · 30 ноября 2016
Tourism is both a vector for and a victim of climate change. It’s a vector because there are certain exploitative aspects of tourism that impact negatively on the very environment in which it takes place, and a victim because climate change is affecting some of the ultimate destinations... Читать далее
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